Silvia is with a tour group from Switzerland. They are in Sydney for a holiday and they will be visiting other parts of Australia. Silvia decided a Harley Tour Blue Mountains would be a special and exciting experience. It was!
Our Harley rider Phil, picked her up from the hotel she is staying in. It is in the Rocks, a good starting point for a tour.
the Harbour Bridge
Firstly, they rode over the Harbour Bridge. What a great view! Be sure to look up. Without a roof over your head you will see more than most people.
After that, they did the Kirribilli Loop – as suggested before – look up! You will see the underside of the northern end of the SHB – Sydney Harbour Bridge.
They finished the loop by riding past Luna Park and the North Sydney Olympic Pool. Continuing on, they rode into the lower north shore suburbs of North Sydney and Wollstonecraft. In addition, they rode along the lovely River Road into Lane Cove to the interesting Gladesville Bridge.
Further more, they rode to Rodd Point then to the new Westconnex to pick up M4 freeway.
Blue Mountains + Leura
They wound their way around the lower Blue Mountains until they stopped at the lovely Leura for a walk, a stretch and lunch.
Katoomba, home of the Three Sisters
Continuing on, they ride to the famous Katoomba, home of the Three Sisters, an amazing rock formation. Riding further north, they rode past the Hydro Majestic, Victoria Pass, Hartley Village to Lithgow.
However time was getting short. There is so much to see in 8 hours! So they rode down the infamous Bells Line of Road back to Sydney. In conclusion, the Harley Tour Blue Mountains which took eight hours, was a huge success. Silvia loved every minute of the tour.
The Three Sisters are an unusual rock formation in the Blue Mountains of NSW.